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Webinar: How your FP&A team can reduce both Time & Cost of your Budget process

20201008
12u30 - 13u15
Location, Webinar

For most organizations Budget Process takes too long. In average it takes 4-5 months per year with 60% of organization directly involved into Planning process. FP&A Teams work extra hard in times of Budget Process. Business teams usually perceive it as a painful yearly event which requires a lot of effort and yields disproportionally less value.

Why is this happening?

Budget Process, historically designed to generate Budgets, is used today to solve several quite different business planning needs:

Annual Planning, Target Setting, Forecasting and sometimes even Strategic Planning and Sales & Operations Planning.

As a consequence, Budget Process becomes an expensive, time-consuming event, failing to deliver a desired output.

Webinar learnings:

  • What the 3 main reasons are why Budget Process takes excessive time
  • How best-in-class Budget Process Timeline looks like
  • How to calculate Total Cost of your Budget Process and reduce it
  • How Connecting Planning Platform called Anaplan can accelerate Planning Processes for your FP&A team.

.. and make Budget Process a “non-event” for your organization!

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